Romo threw for 225 yards and a touchdown last week, leaving his owners wanting more. For all the Bears struggles, they allow the 11th-fewest fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
The Bears would have trouble stopping just about any back who has ever played in the NFL at this point. Murray should be in for a huge game.
Bryant should find plenty of room to operate against the Bears with Charles Tillman on the sideline.
Williams had three catches for 23 yards last week. The Bears are a decent matchup, but his days of fantasy relevance appear to have passed.
Austin had just one reception for the second straight game last week. Stay away.
Witten had three catches for 53 yards last week, but is a strong play against a Bears defense that has allowed the ninth-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Bailey made his only field-goal attempt last week and is 19-for-21 on the year.
The Cowboys have possibly the league's worst pass defense, making the Bears a terrible matchup for Dallas.
McCown lit up the Vikings for 355 yards and two touchdowns last week. He's a strong QB1 option against a Dallas team allowing the most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Forte had 151 total yards last week and should keep it rolling against a Dallas team that allows the most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Dallas allows the most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks, and that's great news for Marshall.
Jeffery posted an absolute monster of a game last week, catching 12 passes for a franchise-record 249 yards and two touchdowns. He should keep right on going against Dallas.
Bennett had a down game last week, but this Dallas pass defense can be exploited.
Gould missed what would have been a game-winning field goal in overtime last week, his second miss of the game. He is 21-for-24 on the season.
You can't trust a defense that allows 200-yard rushers with the greatest of ease.
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